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hi, everybody. i'm beth troutman. if you want great videos from the web, we've got them "right this minute." >> a cabbie tries to stop a hit-and-run suspect. >> you're not going anywhere. >> how one bad driver became a one-man wrecking crew. >> a strange sight for voters who -- >> thought this eagle was in distress. >> what they did to get a tired bird back to shore. >> eric, you did your good deed for the day. >> it's cops versus bikers as
mob mentality takes over. what set off the showdown down under. plus, what a new flat screen tv? we've got the buzz word for your chance to win. and a woman about to undergo a double mastectomy says -- >> dance is his medicine. >> meet the doctor who is an internet inspiration. >> and a good dancer, too. >> we've seen a lot of hit-and-run videos before, but what you're about to see is the rare hit, hit, hit, hit and maybe another hit and run video from chicago. this is a video shot by kevin moore, 39 years old, on belmont avenue. the black suv just ran into the cabbie. instead of stopping, watch what the black suv does, some sort of weird back up maneuver. he gets out, this time carrying a small bat. >> bad move, man. >> you're going to think it was more of a bad move. the cabbie takes a swing at the
driver's side window, suv floors it. >> oh! >> runs into a completely different cab. then floors it in reverse. >> oh! >> runs into that red parked car. all sorts of damage to this black suv. >> what's going on with this driver? >> you're about to find out. speeds up. >> oh, my god! >> hitting the white cab again. then this other car which to me looks like it may be on a test drive. it has the dealership tag on the window. this guy either doesn't know how to drive or has an emergency going on or record. >> this comes from juken video. they say the police department said the suv was allegedly stolen and police were able to catch up with the driver shortly after this. now the guy is facing a number of charges, you can imagine, including assault with a deadly weapon. >> what an idiot!
>> the lucas oil drag racing series took place recently in arizona. we know that because we were there. >> we went to experience great engines and water. >> i won the race. >> this is one of the finals races. in one of those boats is mad max. he's driving "problem child." >> oh, boy. >> yeah. and "problem child" lived up to its name because it crashed. >> just lifted up off the ground, too much air under the boat. >> flipped around, hit. it was smashed to pieces. >> they're made to do that. they're made to keep the driver safe. they're made if there's an indei incident like this to keep the driver protected. >> the poster of one of these
videos did say it had an internal failure. the rescuers jump in. they find mad max not injured. here's what it looked like afterwards. >> it looks like only one side is damaged. >> apparently that is the third time on this boat that cost between $80,000 and 100,000. by 10:00 p.m. that night, they had a brand new boat with some of the parts that were left from this "problem child"'s wreckage and they were racing. >> police in gold coast, australia are using facial technology to track down these bikers. they're outside of a bar in a broad beach area and this is video shot from across the street by an onlooker. police have now released this video from cameras that officers
were wearing. >> you can see police are approaching a group of people. they say a fight started when members of the banditos bikes are game spotted a member of a rival gang and dragged him out of a bar and started to rough him up. this all happened in front of families and tourists. >> get out of the way! get out of the way! >> you can see them deploying tasers multiple times. >> he got out of control quickly. >> he like exploded. that's a scary situation. you know mob mentality takes over, especially when you've got a band of brothers like this, they see one of their own going down, you know they want to act tough and stand up for him. >> stay where you are. >> six were arrested and taken to a police station. the rest of the bike are game
gang got so upset. they followed the police officers where there was an additional skirmish. as a result, 18 people were charged in the incident. because people are using technology and facie iaiae iaia recognition, they're going to homes and businesses to track these people down. >> was anybody injured in this mess? >> four officers were hurt but nothing in a required any of them to be hospitalized. >> move back. move back! >> who wants to win a flat screen tv? well, your chance is coming up. >> all you need is the thursday buzz word, be a u.s. rest didn't and be 18 years old to enter. >> it's the rtm flat screen tv give away coming up. >> what does the fawn say? that's what some university biologists are trying to figure out. according to them and the utah division of resources, they say
in the last three decades the mule deer population has been on a decline and they're trying to figure out why. so in the spring they go out and they tag the females in a are pregnant, they affix them with a transmitter. >> we go and listen each morning to each of the deer's collars. >> see biologists spring into action. pit crew. as soon as the transmitter goes off, alerting them the fawns have been born, they have to get out there and find the fawn, which is difficult, because they want to put a transmitter on a newborn. once they have a better understanding of what's going on with the mortality of the deer, they'll have a better understanding of how to manage the deer population. they say the deer population is healthy but they need to understand why it diminishing. >> it's tough because once they spot the fawn, they don't have much time. they have to catch up to it as quick as possible. if the fun gets too old, maybe a few hours or couple of days old,
they can't catch it. when they're newborns, the fawn's instinct is to crouch down in the bushes and not move. they can essentially walk up to the fawn, weigh it, put the collar on it and keep tabs on it. >> it's actually kind of cute to see them do this money. >> what a day for the doe. you're giving birth, first of all, and all of a sudden this crew of dudes are running at you with all theese gadgets and attaching stuff to your baby. >> it's cute to see them handle the fawns. one of the researchers say it's one of the best parts of the job. >> people are getting out of way of a rogue wave. what got swept away that had them super bumped. >> and gear up for a bridge jump. >> not only are they jumping off, they're also be catapulted off. see them fly? next. [uncle]this is hopscotch,okay?
bridge day in west virginia is awesome. it is a good day, especially if you're base jumper because on this day you get to gear up, red bull comes along to make sure it's awesome. >> it's bridge day and red bull, i'm sure you're just not driving across the bridge. >> no, no, jumping off this bridge to the river gorge. and they're also being
catapulted off. there's a machine they're being put on. >> like they just launch somebody? >> yup. yeah, that thing is going to launch you 20 feet up in the air, 50 feet over and down you go. >> wow. because jumping off a bridge just isn't death defying enough. >> but it's awesome. it's so cool. >> that's red bull. how can we make this more extreme? >> this has been going on since 1980. it started to commemorate the opening of the bridge. they decided let's up this a notch with the catapult. >> who gets the operator of the catapult job. >> a couple of animal water woe stories for you. we start with this eagle. the people who shot this video were in their boat and saw this eagle was in distress while it
was in the water. so they used their boat to kind of guide this eagle to shore. >> we've seen eagles swim like this before because they have something in their claws, they're trying to swim their way to shore. was he in trouble or just fishing? >> they said they thought it was in trouble, and once they got it to shore, it stayed for a while and rested before it flew away. >> there you go, bud, you're good, you're good! >> this is a tiger cub. the tiger cup's name is bandar. he's just a few months old and he's about to get his water test. >> aw! >> they just dunk him in the water. they're doing the water reliability test because they want to be able to set him free in he is pis pen to walk away ay
want to see if he's okay if if he falls in the water. he's like i'm outta here! >> this is his sister. she's going to t the same water treatment. ♪ ♪ >> she was faster than her brother. she's like i am so out of this water. >> water, it can be powerful and unpredictable. this storm off the coast of wales, united kingdom. watch this rogue wave. >> oh! >> that was a big one. >> ooh! >> yeah. it pretty much covers the entire block. watch that video again and you'll notice these two people right here, bottom left corner of your screen running away because they see this swell coming.
and it douses them. woosh! washes down on the lens of a video camera. one of the people running down the street was a professional photographer, keith morris. he was trying to get shots of big waves. well, he didn't quite get those shots because he lost his camera, about $6,400 worth of camera equipment, the cameras, the lens, gone. they were okay. this next video from the green river narrows race. this kayaker comes shooting down the section of the river called the gorilla. he comes flopping through will upside down. that's not uncommon for kayakers to get upside down. there goes the kayaker and the rescuer takes a paddle across the chops. >> did they have to rescue the rescuer? >> no. looks like he was tethered. if you're a kayaker and you're entering the race, you know how to right your own kayaker but
it's always fun to see the proverbial fish out of water. in this video here, the fish, this fella here in the bow tie out of water because this is his first ride in a ford mustang. >> this is me about to do a hot lap in a mustang. i am so excited. >> i love the bow tie. it's a nice touch. >> well, he wanted to look nice because he embarrasses himself in this video. keep watching bow tie guy. >> oh. >> okay. ready. away we go! >> oh, it quickly goes from that to this. >> oh, my god! oh! oh! oh, jesus! >> compare this guy to the
driver. the driver's like -- >> in this guy's defense, it does feel different. when you are driving, you're in control. when you're not, you don't know what's going to happen. >> the driver a man of few words. he's like okay, that was that track. now we're going to go on the high-speed track. >> what do you mean high speed? we've been going high speed for ten minutes. >> and now watch how fast he gets this mustang going. >> that's amazing. >> for a while it actually sounds like a space ship about to take off. can you see how fast everything's moving past him. they're moving. >> this guy's just sinking down in his helmet. >> enjoy the rest of your day. >> oh, my god. >> this video was captured right before halloween. now john, the man featured in this video, has a problem. >> i was sitting on my porch
last sunday, and i found a nest of yellow jackets had grown in my neglected front garden. >> it's in the driveway where the kids are walking up to his door. he doesn't want anybody to have a problem. he has three ideas. >> i've added a quart of boiling water to it. the water will kill the yellow jackets at the top of the net while the oil will cook the bottom ones so they't fly out. >> let's see if it worked. >> it doesn't seem to have worked. they are pretty agitated. >> the next method is using insecticides. >> still active. >> and here is method three. that is gasoline and he is pouring that on the nest. >> he's going to burn them. it might work and now you might need some new landscape. >> you're wondering, does it
work? doesn't work. the wasps win. >> let's do it, everybody. time for the great rtm flat screen tv giveaway. >> it's your chance to win a 42 inch flat screen tv. you need to be a u.s. resident 18 years or older and of course the thursday buzz word. you enter on our facebook page. if you're entering with your mobile phone or tablet, go to the first tab and go to our mobile link. >> click on the win flat screen tv. >> and enter thursday's buzz word, mobi-o-b-i-l-em-o-b-i-l-e chance to win a flat screen tv. >> good luck, everyone. >> she's about to have a double mastectomy but first she's having a dance party in the o.r.
when you think of creatures from the deep, think of big sea monster kind of things, well these, on the tiny side. >> they look like little alien beings, don't they? all over the rudder of this boat. >> they look like bugs, not something from the sea. >> according to somebody who commented on this video, they are commonly known as skeleton shrimp. you can see their name because they've got the kind of skeleton appearance that they flicker around. >> that's amazing. >> so it in black and white and it's creepier. >> the whole group is wiggling and riting. they do blend in. >> it's hard to see where one begins.
they're all marked in together. it's hard to pick out one specific one of these things. >> do they bite? >> they are harmless to human. >> unintentional shrimping they did. >> so you're in the hospital about to undergo a double mastectomy. so what do you do? deborah got the entire hospital to dance. deborah is actually a doctor, an obgyn at university of california san francisco medical center. she says in a blog that she has that dance is her medicine. so why not start her surgery off with some dancing. >> she's a good dancer, too. >> she's got moves. >> now, she did not just want to dance in the o.r. she actually wanted to make somewhat of a virtual flash mob. so she asked her friends and
family to dance with her and record it and they did. at 7:30 in the morning on november 5th, friends in atlanta recorded a video, in connecticut, her aunt from her own video. via skype right this minute, we have deborah to talk to us. welcome to the show. how are you feeling? >> i am doing great. i'm feeling very spiritually fulfilled. my muscles are pretty sore, so that's going to require some recuperation. i feel like i've done 5,000 pushups. >> how did you get thente it no. i nervous going into it. i was more nervous on how the flash mob was going to go than the surgery was going to go. >> i want to know why you chose
that specific beyonce song. >> that's a good question. it chose me. it had such a good beat, like who wouldn't dance to that song. >> deborah, it would seem like it would be so difficult to stay in such a jovial mood in the face of such a difficult surgery. >> well, dance transforms me. apparently it has such power that even when i'm about to undergo a double mastectomy, it can transport me in a joyous place. >> it's hard to look cool and dance in a hospital robe, but she's managed to do it. >> that's our show, everybody. we'll see you for the next >> that's our show, everybody. we'll see you for the next edition of "right this minute." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com